This paper presents a new parallel algorithm for the operational space dynamics of unconstrained serial manipulators, which outperforms contemporary sequential and parallel algorithms in the presence of two or more processors. The method employs a hybrid divide and conquer algorithm (DCA) multibody methodology which brings together the best features of the DCA and fast sequential techniques. The method achieves a logarithmic time complexity () in the number of degrees of freedom () for computing the operational space inertia () of a serial manipulator in presence of processors. The paper also addresses the efficient sequential and parallel computation of the dynamically consistent generalized inverse () of the task Jacobian, the associated null space projection matrix (), and the joint actuator forces () which only affect the manipulator posture. The sequential algorithms for computing , , and are of , , and computational complexity, respectively, while the corresponding parallel algorithms are of , , and time complexity in the presence of processors.